Online Poker Fastest Payouts for US Players

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/30/2011
Online Poker Fastest Payouts for US Players

Gambling911.com continues to monitor the online poker scene and the fastest payouts for US citizens heading into August 2011.

We reported just the other day that some Americas Cardroom customers were actually in receipt of payouts within three business days, which these days is virtually unheard of.  DoylesRoom and sister site True Poker both advertise payouts in under 14 business days. 

Customers of Intertops Poker, which is a Cake skin, have also reported payouts in under a week.  Intertops in recent weeks has touted the fact that they offer their own payment solutions, separate from that of Cake Poker.

The Merge Network, plagued by limited payment solutions while experiencing unprecedented growth as a result of three major online poker rooms exiting the US market, appears to be getting payouts down to three weeks.  They, too, had to leave the US market, but for different reasons.  Merge now serves the US market via terrific brands that are sponsor partners of the Gambling911.com website including Lock Poker, Carbon Poker, PDC and Aced.com

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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